Yellow stripes on the toilet? With this system you will really remove them!

There is no more unpleasant thing to see than yellow stripes on the toilet. Of course, it is also a matter of hygiene. What to do, then, to remove them? The current article provides the remedy!

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Lemon and vinegar

Lemon and vinegar are words that go well together not only in the kitchen, but also when it comes to cleaning.  Among the many uses of the pair is their use against yellow streaks on the toilet.

A sprayer or vaporizer can be used to eliminate them: you will need to have poured into it a mixture made of three parts vinegar and one part lemon juice. The latter must be carefully filtered so that there are no seeds or pulp fragments).

At this point, all that is left to do is to spray the mix on the toilet strips and wait at least a couple of hours. Once this time has passed, we will need to complete the job with a minimum of elbow grease, and we will see that our toilet will be as good as new again!

Baking soda and natural soap

Combined together, baking soda and natural soap are great for yellow toilet streaks.

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Simply sprinkle baking soda over the yellowed areas and wait for it to act, then add a few flakes of natural soap, diluted with a little water (in doing so, you do not have to drop the baking soda).

You leave the couple to act overnight and you’re done!

Citric acid

Another useful product is citric acid. Just dissolve about 150 to 200 grams of the product in a liter of water and then stir.

You pour it into a spray bottle and spray it on the yellow streaks.  You need to let the mixture work for at least a couple of hours. The result will amaze you!

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